Assessing Perceived Usability of the Data Curation Profile Toolkit Using the Technology Acceptance Model

@article{Zhang2015AssessingPU,
  title={Assessing Perceived Usability of the Data Curation Profile Toolkit Using the Technology Acceptance Model},
  author={Tao Zhang and Lisa Zilinski and D. Scott Brandt and Jake Carlson},
  journal={IJDC},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={48-67}
}
The Data Curation Profiles Toolkit (DCPT) emerged out of a Purdue University Libraries’ 2004 initiative to engage in multidisciplinary research. It is a tool developed to assist librarians and other information professionals to conduct data interviews and identify the needs of researchers when managing, sharing, or curating their data. The DCPT has been widely adopted and applied in various contexts but its usability as a tool has not been formally assessed. To address this need, we have… CONTINUE READING
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